Commit 8b42fe3b authored by Marcel Amirault's avatar Marcel Amirault Committed by Evan Read

Docs: Fix more anchors, mostly pipeline related

parent 5f0908be
......@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ The following documentation relates to the DevOps **Verify** stage:
| [GitLab CI/CD](ci/ | Explore the features and capabilities of Continuous Integration with GitLab. |
| [JUnit test reports](ci/ | Display JUnit test reports on merge requests. |
| [Pipeline Graphs](ci/ | Visualize builds. |
| [Pipeline Graphs](ci/ | Visualize builds. |
| [Review Apps](ci/review_apps/ | Preview changes to your application right from a merge request. |
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......@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ projects:
2. Uncheck the **Use hashed storage paths for newly created and renamed projects** checkbox.
To schedule a complete rollback, see the
[rake task documentation for storage rollback][rake/rollback-to-legacy] for instructions.
[rake task documentation for storage rollback](raketasks/ for instructions.
The rollback task also supports specifying a range of Project IDs. Here is an example
of limiting the rollout to Project IDs 50 to 100, in an Omnibus Gitlab installation:
......@@ -205,6 +205,5 @@ They are also S3 compatible since **10.0** (GitLab Premium), and available in Gi
[rake/migrate-to-hashed]: raketasks/
[rake/rollback-to-legacy]: raketasks/
[gitaly]: gitaly/
......@@ -45,12 +45,12 @@ Pipeline graphs can be displayed in two different ways, depending on the page yo
access the graph from.
NOTE: **Note:**
GitLab capitalizes the stages' names when shown in the [pipeline graphs](#pipeline-graphs).
GitLab capitalizes the stages' names when shown in the pipeline graphs (below).
### Regular pipeline graphs
Regular pipeline graphs show the names of the jobs of each stage. Regular pipeline graphs can
be found when you are on a [single pipeline page](#seeing-pipeline-status). For example:
be found when you are on a [single pipeline page](#accessing-pipelines). For example:
![Pipelines example](img/pipelines.png)
......@@ -311,7 +311,7 @@ variables that were set, etc.
Before enabling this, you should ensure jobs are visible to
[team members only](../../user/ You should
also [erase](../ all generated job traces
also [erase](../ all generated job traces
before making them visible again.
To enable debug traces, set the `CI_DEBUG_TRACE` variable to `true`:
......@@ -901,7 +901,7 @@ increasing the rollout up to 100%.
If `INCREMENTAL_ROLLOUT_MODE` is set to `manual` in your project, then instead
of the standard `production` job, 4 different
[manual jobs](../../ci/
[manual jobs](../../ci/
will be created:
1. `rollout 10%`
......@@ -55,11 +55,11 @@ When you create a project in GitLab, you'll have access to a large number of
- [Auto Deploy](../../ci/autodeploy/ Configure GitLab CI/CD
to automatically set up your app's deployment
- [Enable and disable GitLab CI](../../ci/
- [Pipelines](../../ci/ Configure and visualize
- [Pipelines](../../ci/ Configure and visualize
your GitLab CI/CD pipelines from the UI
- [Scheduled Pipelines](pipelines/ Schedule a pipeline
to start at a chosen time
- [Pipeline Graphs](../../ci/ View your
- [Pipeline Graphs](../../ci/ View your
entire pipeline from the UI
- [Job artifacts](pipelines/ Define,
browse, and download job artifacts
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ With GitLab merge requests, you can:
- Live preview the changes when [Review Apps](../../../ci/review_apps/ is configured for your project
- Build, test, and deploy your code in a per-branch basis with built-in [GitLab CI/CD](../../../ci/
- Prevent the merge request from being merged before it's ready with [WIP MRs](#work-in-progress-merge-requests)
- View the deployment process through [Pipeline Graphs](../../../ci/
- View the deployment process through [Pipeline Graphs](../../../ci/
- [Automatically close the issue(s)](../../project/issues/ that originated the implementation proposed in the merge request
- Assign it to any registered user, and change the assignee how many times you need
- Assign a [milestone](../../project/milestones/ and track the development of a broader implementation
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